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					                     CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT


This contract is made on this ______ day of _________________ in the year
________ between ______________________________________________
I/C No. _____________________ of ___________________________
(hereinafter referred to as the Employer) of the one part and
_________________________________ Holder of _____________ Passport
No. ________________ of ___________________ (hereinafter referred to as
the Domestic Worker) of the other part.

IT IS HEREBY AGREED as follows:

1.    Duration of the Contract

      (a) The Employer shall employ the Domestic Worker in accordance
          with the terms and conditions of this Contract and subject to the
          provisions of the relevant laws, regulations, rules, policies and
          directives of Malaysia;

      (b) This Contract shall commence from the date of the arrival of the
          Domestic Worker at the Employer’s home;

      (c) The Domestic Worker shall continue in the employment under the
          terms and conditions of this Contract for a period of ____________
          ( _________ ) years or until such time the Contract in terminated in
          accordance with the terms and conditions of this Contract.


2.    Place of work / residence of Domestic Worker

      The Domestic Worker shall work and reside only at
      ___________________________________________________ during
      the duration of the Contract.


3.    Duties and Responsibilities of the Domestic Worker

      (a)   The Domestic Worker shall work only with the Employer and
            shall not seek employment or be employed elsewhere;

      (b)   The Domestic Worker shall comply with reasonable instructions
            of the Employer in the performance of the assigned household
            duties;




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     (c)   The Domestic Worker shall perform diligently, faithfully and
           sincerely all household duties assigned by the Employer which
           shall not include commercial activities;

     (d)   The Domestic Worker shall not use or take advantage of the
           Employer’s possessions without the Employer’s permission;

     (e)   The Domestic Worker is expected at all times observe proper
           attire and shall be courteous, polite and respectful to the
           Employer and family members of the Employer;

     (f)   The Domestic Worker shall abide by the laws, rules, regulations,
           national policies and directive of Malaysia and respect the
           customs and traditions of Malaysia;

     (g)   In the event that the Domestic Worker marries in Malaysia
           during the period of employment, the Government of Malaysia
           reserves the right to revoke the Work Pass;

     (h)   No member of family or any other person shall be allowed to
           stay with the Domestic Worker in the place of employment
           without the consent of the Employer;

4.   Duties and responsibilities of the Employer

     (a)   The Employer shall provide the Domestic Worker with
           reasonable accommodation and basic amenities;

     (b)   The Employer shall provide the Domestic Worker reasonable
           and sufficient daily meals;

     (c)   The Employer shall not require the Domestic Worker to work or
           to be engaged in any activities other than that related to
           household duties;

     (d)   The. Employer shall insure the Domestic Worker with the
           Foreign Worker Compensation Scheme in respect of any
           medical expenses the Domestic Worker may incur in the event
           of any injury where such injury arises out of and in the course of
           employment;

     (e)   The Employer shall at all times respect and pay due regard to
           the sensitivity of religious beliefs of the Domestic Worker,
           including the right to perform prayers and to refuse to handle
           and consume non-Halal food;




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5.    Payment of Wages

      (a)     The Employer shall pay the Domestic Worker a monthly wage
              of RM         ________ ( ______________________________
              RINGGIT MALAYSIA) and the payment shall be in accordance
              with labour laws of Malaysia.

      (b)     No deduction of the monthly wages of the Domestic Worker
              shall be done save accordance with the law.


6.   Rest Period

      The Domestic Worker shall be allowed adequate rest.


7.   Termination of Contract by the Employer

      The Employer may terminate the service of the Domestic Worker
      without notice if the Domestic Worker commits any of misconduct
      inconsistent with the fulfillment of the Domestic Worker’s duties or if the
      Domestic Worker breaches any of the terms and conditions of this
      contract.

      For the purposes of this clause, misconduct includes the following:

      (i)     working with another employer;

      (ii)    disobeying lawful and reasonable order of the Employer;

      (iii)   neglecting the household duties and habitually late for work;

      (iv)    is found guilty of fraud and dishonesty;

      (v)     is involved in illegal and lawful activities;

      (vi)    permitting outsiders to enter the Employer’s premises or to use
              the Employer’s possessions without Employer’s permission;

      (vii)   using the Employer’s possessions without the Employer’s
              permission.

      Provided always that the Employer terminating the Contract under this
      clause shall provide proof of existence of such situation upon request
      of the Domestic Worker.




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8.   Termination of Contract by the Domestic Worker

     The Domestic Worker may terminate this contract without notice if:

           (i)     The Domestic Worker has reasonable grounds to fear for
                   his or her life or is threatened by violence or disease;

           (ii)    The Domestic Worker is subjected to abuse or ill treatment
                   by the Employer; or

           (iii)   The Employer has failed to fulfil his obligation under
                   paragraph 5.

     Provided always that the Domestic Worker terminating the Contract
     under this clause shall provide proof of existence of such situation upon
     request of the Employer.


9.   General Provisions

     (a)    Transportation cost from the Domestic Worker’s original exit
            point in ______________________ to the place of employment
            shall be borne by the Employer.

     (b)    In the event that the Contract is terminated by the Employer on
            the ground that the Domestic Worker has committed
            misconduct, the Domestic Worker shall bear the costs of his/her
            repatriation.

     (c)    The repatriation cost of the Domestic Worker from the place of
            employment to the original exit point in __________________
            shall be borne by the Employer in the following circumstances:

            (1) at the completion of Contract of Employment;

            (2) termination of the Contract of Employment by the Employer;
                or

            (3) termination due to non-compliance of the terms and
                conditions of the Contract of Employment by the Employer.

     (d)    Any dispute arising between the Employer and the Domestic
            Worker concerning the grounds for termination of the Contract
            of Employment pursuant to Paragraph 7 or 8 of this Contract
            shall be dealt with in accordance with the applicable laws in
            Malaysia.




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         (e)      For the purpose of this Contract, the terms “original exit point”
                  shall mean                              , in _______________.



10.      Extension of the Contract

         Notwithstanding the expiry of the duration of the Contract, the
         Employer and the Domestic Worker may agree that this Contract may
         be extended based on similar terms and conditions therein.


11.      Time is Essence

         Time whenever mentioned shall be essence of this Contract in relation
         to all provisions of this Contract.


12.      Governing Law

         This Contract is governed by, and shall be constructed in accordance
         with laws of Malaysia.



 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties to this Contract have here on to affixed
 their signature this      day of                 20    .


Employer,                                              Domestic Worker,




Name :                                                 Name               :
Date              :                                    Date               :

Witnessed by,                                          Witnessed by,




Name :                                                 Name               :
Date              :                                    Date               :
*Note : A copy of this Contract must be submitted to the nearest Labour Department.




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